micrography


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micrography

(maɪˈkrɒɡrəfɪ)
n
1. (General Physics) the description, study, drawing, or photography of microscopic objects
2. (General Physics) the technique of using a microscope
3. the art or practice of writing in minute characters
miˈcrographer n
micrographic adj
ˌmicroˈgraphically adv

micrography

the art or technique of writing with extremely small characters. — micrographic, adj.
See also: Writing
the study, examination, or description of things that are so small they must be viewed through a microscope. — micrograph, n. — micrographic, adj.
See also: Size
Translations
micrografie

micrography

[maɪˈkrɒgrəfɪ] nmicrofotografia

mi·crog·ra·phy

, micrographia
n. micrografía, estudio microscópico.
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His claim is based on micrography, sustaining that the letters have no real meaning, as they are actually composed of many small signs, which can be seen only under a magnifying glass.
Micrography in Islam is much older than that, but the use of magnifying glasses is not attested.
Among his topics are steel as a material, metallography technique: macrography and micrography, electron microscopy and other advanced techniques, equilibrium phases and constituents in the iron-carbon system, conventional heat treatments: usual constituents and their formation, the mechanical work of steels: cold working, advanced steels for forming operations, engineered special bar quality steel, and metallographic evaluation: guidelines for performing and reporting.
Detailed optical micrography confirmed the defects were dross and pinholes related to magnesium vapors.
Characters 139 and 141 are clearly visible with synchrotron radiation X-ray tomographic micrography.
As a possible prospective buyer, you can even touch the treasures, or, at minimum, make someone else touch them: A couple weeks ago, at a public display of the lots on sale at a December 20th auction of Important Judaica, I watched in mild amazement as a curator opened a 14th-century illuminated Tanach to show off the trellises of micrography looping across its opening pages.
Linguistically there is a concentration on the West, most of the manuscripts under discussion being in Latin, but with some French, Italian and German material, as well as one paper on letter shapes in Syriac and another on micrography in Ashkenazi Hebrew documents.
Caption: Figure 11: SEM-HR micrography of NCs (x100,000) obtained by (a) transmitted electrons and (b) backscattered electrons.
The physical processes that describe Raman and SEM characterizations are different, so even though the characterized area by SEM is larger, of about 25 [micro][m.sup.2] (for the analyzed micrography), the punctual excitation is smaller, approximately of 0.05 [micro][m.sup.2], while Raman characterization excited area is of less than 4 [micro][m.sup.2], obtaining punctual characterizations.
Caption: Figure 2: Micrography of particles obtained at pH of 1.75, 15[degrees]C, 0.08 g of TW80, and 1 g of ECA.